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Aesop. Fabulae Aesopi selectae, or Select fables of Aesop; with an English translation, more literal than any yet extant, designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the Latin tongue. By H. Clarke, teacher of the Latin languageThe Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 20850, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/20850. Accessed 2024-04-17.

, Aesop. Fabulae Aesopi selectae, or Select fables of Aesop; with an English translation, more literal than any yet extant, designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the Latin tongue. By H. Clarke, teacher of the Latin language. Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton, C. & A. Conrad & Co., B.B. Hopkins & Co., Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner, Mathew Carey, Thomas and William Bradford, Edward Earle, 1810.

, A. (1810). Fabulae aesopi selectae, or select fables of aesop; with an english translation, more literal than any yet extant, designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the latin tongue. by h. clarke, teacher of the latin language. Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton. C. & A. Conrad & Co. B.B. Hopkins & Co. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Mathew Carey. Thomas and William Bradford. Edward Earle.

, Aesop. Fabulae Aesopi selectae, or Select fables of Aesop; with an English translation, more literal than any yet extant, designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the Latin tongue. By H. Clarke, teacher of the Latin language. Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton, C. & A. Conrad & Co., B.B. Hopkins & Co., Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner, Mathew Carey, Thomas and William Bradford, Edward Earle, 1810.

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